Episode

3/1 Robert F Kennedy Jr.: Why the Arabs Don’t Want Us in Syria & Tiny Dupuy Launches Cultish

March 1, 2016

Robert F Kennedy Jr. explains how the invasion of Iraq led to the creation of ISIS. The CIA and the history of modern Syria. The American backed Coup in Iran and Middle Eastern perceptions of US foreign policy. The Shia Sunni divide and the corporate dominance of American policy. America’s role in the Shia and Sunni divide and what’s really behind intervention in Syria. (19:00)

Tina Dupuy lets us know about her exciting new podcast which explores the world of cults. Tina remembers her cult upbringing and why do people get drawn to the cult worldview. (50:00)

On The Fun Half: Is Bernie stronger against Trump. Massachusetts Democrats defecting to Trump. Bernie Sanders runs an amazing ad. Leading Republicans attack Mitt Romney for calling out Trump’s coddling the KKK. Arizona Democrat runs ad against John McCain linking him to Donald Trump. An LBJ ad that we can all learn from today. The game of footsie Trump is playing with David Duke. Peter Beinart says liberals should vote for Marco Rubio in open Republican primaries and your calls and IMs.

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